Prospect Division All-Star lineups (Long).

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  1. Birko19

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    I do these all-star line ups every year, I pick prospects from all the teams and create 6 teams which are the 6 NHL divisions of course, it's fun creating these things so this year just like the last year and the year before I did another one.

    Before I put the list down there are 3 simple rules to these line-ups, these are the rules:

    - All players have to be no more then 22 years of age, if a prospect reaches 23 years of age then this player is not eligble.

    - Any forwards or defenders that have played 25 or more games in a single NHL season are not eligble, if they played in the NHL then they must have less then 25 games a season.

    - Any goalies that have played 20 or more games in a single NHL season are not elgible, if they played in the NHL then they must have less then 20 games a season.

    As for the Rating rules well here's what the grades mean:

    A+ (95 - 100)
    A (90 - 94)
    A- (85 - 89)
    B+ (80 - 84)
    B (75 - 79)
    B- (70 - 74)
    C+ (65 - 69)
    C (60 - 64)
    D (Below 60)

    Ok so now that we got this straight let's get to the line-ups, here they are:
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    Team Central:

    Scotty Upshall - Dan Fritsche - Igor Grigorenko
    Alexandre Picard - Jiri Hudler - Alexander Radulov
    Timofei Shishkanov - Valtteri Filppula - Pavel Vorobiev
    Jay McClement - David Bolland - Adam Pineault

    Ryan Suter - Anton Babchuk
    Cam Barker - Brent Seabrooke
    Shea Weber - Kevin Klein

    Pascal Leclaire
    Marek Schwarz


    Number of prospets from each team:
    Nashville Predators - 6
    Chicago Blackhawks - 5
    Columbus Blue Jackets - 4
    Detroit Red Wings - 3
    St.Louis Blues - 2

    Number of prospets from each country:
    Canada - 9
    Russia - 5
    USA - 3
    Czech Rep - 2
    Finland - 1

    Number of prospets from each draft year:
    2004 - 6
    2003 - 5
    2002 - 4
    2001 - 4
    2000 - 1

    Ratings.
    Offense: B-
    Defense: A-
    Goaltending: A-
    Overall: B+
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    Team Northwest:

    Patrick O'Sullivan - Robbie Schremp - Marek Svatos
    Wojtek Wolski - Mikko Koivu - Marc Antoine Pouliot
    Denis Parshin - Jesse Niinimaki - Matt Foy
    Kris Chucko - Ilya Krikunov - Eric Nystrom

    Dion Phaneuf - AJ Thelen
    Kirill Koltsov - Jeff Woywitka
    Doug Lynch - Matt Greene

    Jeff Deslauriers
    Josh Harding


    Number of prospets from each team:
    Edmonton Oilers - 7
    Minnesota Wild - 5
    Colorado Avalanche - 3
    Calgary Flames - 3
    Vancouver Canucks - 2

    Number of prospets from each country:
    Canada - 9
    USA - 5
    Russia - 3
    Finland - 2
    Slovakia - 1

    Number of prospets from each draft year:
    2004 - 5
    2003 - 3
    2002 - 8
    2001 - 4

    Ratings.
    Offense: A-
    Defense: B
    Goaltending: C+
    Overall: B-
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    Team Pacific:

    Lauri Tukonen - Ryan Getzlaf - Milan Michalek
    Corey Perry - Josh Hennessy - Steve Bernier
    Jeff Tambellini - Brian Boyle - Loui Eriksson
    Jussi Jokinen - Jakub Koreis - Konstantin Pushkarev

    Keith Ballard - Denis Grebeshkov
    Shawn Belle - Ladislav Smid
    Mark Popovic - Matt Jones

    David Leneveu
    Dmitri Patzold


    Number of prospets from each team:
    Los Angeles Kings - 5
    Anaheim Mighty Ducks - 4
    San Jose Sharks - 4
    Phoenix Coyotes - 4
    Dallas Stars - 3

    Number of prospets from each country:
    Canada - 7
    USA - 4
    Czech Rep - 3
    Russia - 2
    Finland - 2
    Sweden - 1
    Germany - 1

    Number of prospects from each draft year:
    2004 - 2
    2003 - 10
    2002 - 5
    2001 - 3

    Ratings.
    Offense: C+
    Defense: B-
    Goaltending: C
    Overall: C+
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    Team Northeast:

    Thomas Vanek - Alexander Steen - Alexander Perezhogin
    Daniel Paille - Chris Higgins - Andrei Kostsitsyn
    Tomas Plekanec - Brad Boyes - Patrick Eaves
    Jason Pominville - Igor Mirnov - Drew Stafford

    Carlo Colaiacovo - Mark Stuart
    Andrej Meszaros - Lars Jonsson
    Milan Jurcina - Brendan Bell

    Hannu Toivonen
    Ray Emery


    Number of prospects from each team:
    Boston Bruins - 5
    Buffalo Sabers - 4
    Montreal Canadiens - 4
    Ottawa Senators - 4
    Toronto Maple Leafs - 3

    Number of prospects from each country:
    Canada - 6
    USA - 4
    Russia - 2
    Sweden - 2
    Slovakia - 2
    Finland - 1
    Czech Rep - 1
    Belarus - 1
    Austria - 1

    Number of prospects from each draft year:
    2004 - 2
    2003 - 5
    2002 - 4
    2001 - 7
    2000 - 2

    Ratings.
    Offense: A-
    Defense: C+
    Goaltending: A
    Overall: B+
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    Team Atlantic:

    Robert Nilsson - Jeff Carter - Evgeny Malkin
    Alexander Suglobov - Zach Parise - Hugh Jessiman
    RJ Umberger - Mike Richards - Jozef Balej
    Tuomas Pihlman - Ben Eaves - Travis Zajac

    Ryan Whitney - Noah Welch
    Wes O'Neill - Alexei Stonkus
    Jan Holub - Maxim Kondratiev

    Henrik Lundqvist
    Al Montoya


    Number of prospects from each team:
    New York Rangers - 5
    New York Islanders - 4
    New Jersey Devils - 4
    Pittsburgh Penguins - 4
    Philadelphia Flyers - 3

    Prospects from each country:
    USA - 7
    Canada - 4
    Russia - 4
    Sweden - 2
    Finland - 1
    Czech Rep - 1
    Slovakia - 1

    Number of prospects from each draft year:
    2004 - 4
    2003 - 5
    2002 - 2
    2001 - 6
    2000 - 3

    Ratings.
    Offense: A
    Defense: C
    Goaltending: B
    Overall: B
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    Team Southeast:

    Alexander Ovechkin - Rostislav Olesz - Anthony Stewart
    Andrew Ladd - Jared Aulin - Eric Fehr
    Tomas Fleischmann - Jakub Klepis - Alexander Polushin
    Adam Henrich - Jim Slater - Brad Schell

    Braydon Coburn - Lukas Krajicek
    Boris Valabik - Filip Novak
    Mike Green - Oscar Hedman

    Kari Lehtonen
    Cam Ward


    Number of prospects from each team:
    Washington Capitals - 7
    Atlanta Thrashers - 5
    Florida Panthers - 4
    Tampa Bay Lightning - 2
    Carolina Hurricanes - 2

    Number of prospects from each country:
    Canada - 9
    Czech Rep - 5
    Russia - 2
    USA - 1
    Sweden - 1
    Finland - 1
    Slovakia - 1

    Number of prospects from each draft year:
    2004 - 6
    2003 - 3
    2002 - 7
    2001 - 2
    2000 - 2

    Ratings.
    Offense: B
    Defense: B
    Goaltending: A+
    Overall: A-
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    Rankings:
    1- Southeast: A-
    2- Central: B+
    3- Northeast: B+
    4- Atlantic: B
    5- Northwest: B-
    6- Pacific: C+


    Ok that was long but I hope you enjoy it, I know I did ;)
     
  2. Jeff Goldblum

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    Interesting that the Atlantic is the only division not led by Canadian prospects.
     
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    Central has one helluva D :D
     
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    Nevermind, didnt see age.
     
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    Good job! Pretty realistic...
     
  6. Dave is a killer

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    3 Predators and 3 Blackhawks :yo:
     
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    Robert Nilsson - Jeff Carter - Evgeny Malkin
    Alexander Suglobov - Zach Parise - Hugh Jessiman
    RJ Umberger - Mike Richards - Jozef Balej
    Tuomas Pihlman - Ben Eaves - Travis Zajac

    Ryan Whitney - Noah Welch
    Wes O'Neill - Alexei Stonkus
    Jan Holub - Maxim Kondratiev

    Henrik Lundqvist
    Al Montoya


    No Tyutin? Hes still a rookie next season.
     
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    Ouellet should be on team southeast instead of cam ward.
     
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    Here is how I see it

    Lauri Tukonen - Ryan Getzlaf - Milan Michalek
    Corey Perry - Josh Hennessy - Steve Bernier
    Jeff Taballini - Marcel Goc - Loui Eriksson
    Jussi Jokinen - Brian Boyle - Blake Wheeler

    Ladislav Smid - Denis Grebeshkov
    Shawn Bell - Kieth Ballard
    Matt Carle - Mark Popovic

    Ilya Bryzgalov
    David Leneveu
    Patrick Eleachner

    Scratches: Tim Brent, Konstantin Pushkarev, Lukas Kaspar, Jakub Koreis, Trever Daily

    I think this is a much better team

    :yo:
     
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    For 33MaxO
     
  11. Birko19

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    I know but he's already played 25 games in one single NHL season, he would've made it for sure but he's a game over the limit.
     
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    Why is your limit 25 games?
     
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    You forgot Daley...he's better than Belle right now and certainly better than Matt Jones.Other than that, it looks about right.
     
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    I don't know, that's what I did before so it's just a rule I made up, I was kind of trying to stick with the NHL rookie rule but then I made this one up because it's pretty close with the NHL rule, just like how some ppl pust line-ups under 20 or others make their own rules this is the same thing.
     
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    Daley is good indeed and he would've made it, but he played 27 NHL games last year and that breaks one of the rules.
     
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    Southeast is very strong with Ovechkin and Olesz upfront and Lehtonen in the net, but Pacific is better IMO.
     
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    Ah forgot he played a few games at the end of the season...makes sense now.
     
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    A really good work !! :handclap:

    One thing, I like Pominville in fact I think he's underrated but I still take Kyle Chipchura over him
     
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    sorry bout that, i didnt see the age limit.
     
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    On Atlantic...

    You kind of left off Fedor Tyutin who is arguably the best d-man in the division...

    And I kind of didn't read the posts addressing that. My bad.
     
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    Read all the messages. :shakehead
     
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    Nice work Birko. I wonder how the "prospect" strength amongst the divisions will transfer to the actual(future) standings.
     
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    Read my quote. No need to start a ****storm about me not reading all of them. It's 1:00AM in the morning. I'm tired. I've just played a long ass hockey game and am still very angry about it.

    And sorry if that's remotely hostile. I'm just not in a great mood.
     
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    Your edit was after my post, I was unable to read it. And I didnt 'start a ****storm', all I said was read the message. Its all good.
     
  25. Team Central:

    Scotty Upshall - Dan Fritsche - Igor Grigorenko
    Alexandre Picard - Jiri Hudler - Alexander Radulov
    Konstantin Zakharov - Carl Soderberg - Pavel Vorobiev
    Jay McClement - David Bolland - Alexei Shkotov

    Ryan Suter - Anton Babchuk
    Cam Barker - Brent Seabrooke
    Shea Weber - Kevin Klein

    Marek Schwarz :)
    Pascal Leclaire

    --

    I think you pretty much nailed the defense, but I believe there will be much better Blues forwards under the age of 22 than McClement. While I understand his inclusion on the list, he's on a checking line and he's one of the better checking line center prospects in the division, guys like Soderberg, Sejna, Shkotov and Zakharov definately deserve at least a mention. My guess is that at least on of them pans out as a higher end player. Easilly as much potential to be higher end offensive players as guys like Fritsche or Filppula. Matter of fact I'd take just about any of the aforementioned Blues prospects over Filppula as far as offensive upside.
     
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